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Early Childhood (Preschool)

Thank a Teacher If You Can Read This — and Maybe Win $1,000 From Crayola

Written by Nicole Dow at The Penny Hoarder. Taken from http://www.thepennyhoarder.com Break out the crayons. Crayola has launched a student art contest that’ll award $1,000 to 10 lucky winners, in addition to money and goodies for their schools and favorite teachers. The contest centers around getting students to show their appreciation for teachers. From now through August 25, students can enter the …

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10 Keys to Educator’s Survival

By Leah Davies, M.Ed. School professionals are often blamed for the ills of society. Yet, there are countless administrators, teachers and counselors who challenge and inspire students to do their best and strive for excellence. The following are ideas educators may want to consider as they continue their work. 1.Understand that you are only human. You will make mistakes. 2. …

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Want Preschoolers To Become Successful? Allow Them To Play More

11/22/2017 08:53 am ET Updated Nov 22, 2017 by Kim Nassoiy, UCF Forum columnist University of Central Florida Forum, Contributor The UCF Forum is a weekly series of opinion columns presented by UCF News & Information. The columns are the opinions of the writers, who serve on the UCF Forum panel of faculty members, staffers and students for a year. I work in …

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The 13 Key Benefits of Early Childhood Education: A Teacher’s Perspective

By Vicki Palmer When children are young, they are learning sponges. Every new experience, every word they learn, every behavior they adopt, is an investment in a more fruitful future. You can never have a greater impression on a person than when they are in their early childhood years. Most parents have always inherently understood this and the Government is …

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10 Ways To Help Your Child Become Interested in Reading

  You can encourage reading for a child in your life – here are just a few ways: 1. Pay attention to what your child is interested in, and encourage him or her to read books on those subjects. 2. Set aside time to read with your child every day. Spend time reading together just before bed and take turns …

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